Upper East Side School Bus Accident

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Two dozen children were injured after a school bus collided with another vehicle on Manhattan’s Upper East Side on Friday morning. The accident happened about 11 a.m. on 63rd Street between First and Second Avenues. Officials said 24 students and three adults suffered injuries.  Seven victims suffered serious injuries and the other 17 hurt suffered only minor injuries.  

The question is what was the speed of the bus driver? Was he or she distracted. 7 victims suffered serious injuries.  What caused this accident?

If an investigation find that this was the bus driver’s fault, the injured passengers could file a claim against the bus transit company to seek compensation for medical expenses, cost of hospitalization and other accident-related costs.

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Bus companies  have a responsibility, especially when they have our children as passengers to take care of these passengers safely. Not to mention a much higher responsibility ensure the safety of  other drivers of other vehicles and pedestrians.

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